Meet the MSt in Social Innovation class
Every year, our cohort is made up of students from vastly diverse backgrounds, expertise and locations, who are connected by a shared passion for social innovation and change.
Entrepreneurs and middle to senior level leaders in NGOs, public bodies, and the private sector, come together to study and debate innovative solutions to pressing social issues. Our students learn from each other as much as they do from faculty, fellows of the Centre for Social Innovation, and a range of external practitioners who engage with the programme during the residential weeks.
Discover more about the talented and diverse individuals that form our MSt in Social Innovation cohort.
I think it’s a very dynamic group of people with a lot of opinions, and a lot of questions, and a lot of ideas and aspirations, which I find really inspiring.
On our social innovation programme, there’s no such thing as a typical student. Ages range from 22 to 60-plus, representing diverse nationalities and industries. We’ve profiled some of them here.
MSt in Social Innovation stories
Two alumna of the Master of Studies in Social Innovation programme at Cambridge Judge Business School are named winners at the annual Academy of Management convention.
The experience of working-class people in elite institutions like banks is far more nuanced than the fish-out-of-water conventional wisdom, finds paper by Sandra Ool, a graduate of the Masters in Social Innovation (MSt 2020) programme at Cambridge Judge.